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James Xuan [PersonRank 10]

Thursday, August 28, 2008
11 years ago2,877 views

Cool, i guess, never used them on GVid though, or ever saw a video with them, it's usually in the TV ripped video's on YouTube and would really only be used in documentaries and other long or large-company produced video's.

Ionut Alex. Chitu [PersonRank 10]

11 years ago #

I think today's YouTube is one of the most innovative Google service. There are a lot of experiments and interesting features that are tested (translating search results, persistent playlist controls, searching videos from a location, video analytics, Gears-based video uploader).

Archeologist [PersonRank 1]

11 years ago #

Dugg! digg.com/tech_news/YouTube_Cap ...

Waldir Pimenta [PersonRank 2]

11 years ago #

They can almost virtually make overstream.net obsolete now, but they lack an online subtitle editing interface. Will Youtube Labs' Adobe Premiere Light, or whatever it was called, ever see the daylight?

Libran Lover [PersonRank 4]

11 years ago #

Will they use these to further enhance their voice recognition engine?

Javier [PersonRank 0]

11 years ago #

The lack of subtitle and captions editing as were TubeCaption.com comes in. Youtube is only supporting uploading .srt files for your own videos. Where at TubeCaption.com you and add captions/subtitles for any youtube video with a rich editor suck like Adobe's but on for free and online.

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